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Kamakura Shirts - Madison Ave Store

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Great job, now I am worried my sizes will be sold out since I am visiting the second day.


Kidding, hope to see some of you guys there.
Oh, I'm not clear if this is instore or online. I just assumed online, but you are right it could be in store too. The email does not specify. Very unlikely I would visit instore.
 

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Oh, I'm not clear if this is instore or online. I just assumed online, but you are right it could be in store too. The email does not specify. Very unlikely I would visit instore.
That shop is tiny. Aint no way to practice social distancing in the best of times
 

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I called earlier, KC said if there are too many people, some will have to wait outside.
My strategy (in no small part cuz i live in Atlanta) is to have tabs for the items i want open at 857. Then i can click through add to cart at 901.
 

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Guys it's sad but we were ordering Kamakura from Japan in 2015 and it was fine. Shipping was maybe $15 instead of $12. It took a week or 10 days instead of 3-5. Pricing was the same. Customs is no problem unless you order $800 of goods.

The only question, which remains to be seen, is whether there will be as much stock made in the US-friendly NY cuts. But even now, I felt all the good/cool shirts were Tokyo fit anyway.
This is what I worry about too - all the best and newest shirts don't come in the NYC cuts already. It seems like NYC fits come a season or two later and only 1/3 of the selection or so.
 

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Should i keep these shirts tie-free? What ties/ps combos would you think?


 

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Should i keep these shirts tie-free? What ties/ps combos would you think?


Second shirt I'd wear without a tie.

For the first shirt,
 

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Second shirt I'd wear without a tie.

For the first shirt,
Ooo nice. pretty sure thats the same fabric. Even with a button down collar a tie like that would work.
 

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Should i keep these shirts tie-free? What ties/ps combos would you think?


tie free
 

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Should i keep these shirts tie-free? What ties/ps combos would you think?


For those who care the first one is sold out in my size so now I am probably going to kop the blue and yellow shirt and this one (assuming Sir @dieworkwear approves):

 

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For those who care the first one is sold out in my size so now I am probably going to kop the blue and yellow shirt and this one (assuming Sir @dieworkwear approves):

Shirt seems nice.

I've always wanted one of those off-beat multi-colored shirts in my wardrobe, but don't have any. Mostly wear solid light blue and stripes, but I can imagine something a bit more casual being fun on occasion.
 

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Shirt seems nice.

I've always wanted one of those off-beat multi-colored shirts in my wardrobe, but don't have any. Mostly wear solid light blue and stripes, but I can imagine something a bit more casual being fun on occasion.
I also like looking preppy and I can see that being just within the acceptable realm for preppy (wherein you are allowed to be eccentric but not too eccentric). There's a fine line that can only be elucidated as one matriculates through SEC schools but is best learned by not attending SEC schools.
 

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